Forget those rumors of baby couture and an army of security guards. Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez would like us to believe they are just normal, average doting parents. In fact, proud papi Marc claims that the usually high-pro couple don't even have a nanny for infant twins Max and Emme. "It's just us, man. We're figuring it out and having a great time," he tells The Billy Bush Show.
And just like that, Sex and the City has seduced us once again. The long-awaited, shrouded-in-secrecy film adaptation of the wildly popular television series may not be an epic masterpiece, but it does satisfy our seemingly endless cravings for all things Carrie and crew.
Jaslene Gonzalez has some pretty dedicated friends in pop princess Rihanna and her rumored boyfriend Chris Brown: the couple showed up at Jas's birthday party in Chicago just in time for her to blow out the candles on her cake. Their drop in was a surprise for the model, the New York Daily News reports. Also on hand to help Jaslene turn one year wiser? Self-proclaimed Latina lover Ray J. Talk about a random mix. Oh well, feliz cumpleaños Jassie!
Watch out, people: We have a new budding pop star in our midst. Madonna's daughter, Lourdes "Lola" Leon, who's father is Cuban personal trainer Carlos Leon, is ready to hit the stage with mommy dearest.
Christina Aguilera is no stay-at-home hippie mom—à la Nicole Richie—and once in a while little Max Liron Bratman must stay home with the nanny while mommy gets her groove on. TMZ is reporting that Xtina has been out on the club scene six times this past month, and is set to host a party at Las Vegas hotspot LAX this weekend.
Start spreading the news! Everyone's favorite show, Ugly Betty, may be coming to Broadway—if cast member Michael Urie (who plays scheming assistant Marc St. James) can be considered a reliable source. Michael tells a British radio station:
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